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W3C Markup Validator

This is a CGI script which lets you enter the URL of a web page which will be then checked against a validating SGML parser for conformance to official W3C recommendations. Pages can also be uploaded.

These are the same scripts that are available on the W3C web site,

Package version:0.7.4-5.2


w3c-markup-validator for Debian

The markup validator is accessible locally at the URL


If you find a problem while using the validator, like a page
that doesn't validate even though it is correct, or any other error,
please try to validate it with the public W3C validator at before reporting a bug.



The w3c-markup-validator requires a web server that can at least call
CGI scripts and allows Server Side Includes (SSI) in the Apache way.

If you are using the Debian package of Apache, Apache2, Apache-SSL or
Apache-Perl, the installation process of this package can automatically
update the webserver's configuration (using the wwwconfig-common program)
so that the package works without requiring 


w3c-markup-validator (0.7.4-5.2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Add watch file. Closes: #435685
  * Fix pending l10n bugs. Debconf translations:
    - Finnish. Closes: #484548
    - Swedish. Closes: #499341

 -- Christian Perrier <>  Tue, 23 Sep 2008 20:17:15 +0200

w3c-markup-validator (0.7.4-5.1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Non-maintainer upload to fix pen


At the moment, this package uses a customised SGML catalog instead of the
centralised catalog provid


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This package was debianized by Frederic Schutz <> on
Mon,  4 Nov 2002 22:14:00 +110

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